Who Is Spiridon?
Spiridon bridges information technology (IT) with operational technology (OT). Through possessing a deep understanding of our customers’ issues and desires, we take a collaborative approach to building a “technology bridge” helping our customers overcome their challenges and improve operations to become more efficient and effective saving critical time and money.
Spiridon leverages the Internet of Things (IoT) as a tool to develop the appropriate technology bridge between the physical and the digital world. IoT is the connection of devices to the Internet using embedded software and sensors to communicate, collect, and exchange data. But Spiridon does not stop with solution implementation; we also manipulate that very data into useful information creating true business value for our customers. Our data scientists unlock meaningful answers to challenging problems and provide feedback and direction our customers never thought possible. Furthermore, through a team of cyber security professionals, Spridon also ensures that our customers’ information (and associated assets) are robustly secured in today’s digital world.
WHAT IS THE INTERNET OF THINGS?
From Connected Devices to Human Value
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a network comprised of physical objects capable of gathering and sharing electronic information. IoT includes a wide variety of “smart” devices, from industrial machines that transmit data about the production process to sensors that track information about the human body.
Every device uses Internet protocol (IP), the same protocol that identifies computers over the world wide web and allows them to communicate with one another. The goal behind IoT is to have devices that self report in real-time, thus improving efficiency and bringing important information to the surface more quickly than a system depending on human intervention.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical objects capable of gathering and sharing electronic information.
The Internet of Things includes a wide variety of “smart” devices, from industrial machines that transmit data about the production process to sensors that track information about the human body.
The Internet of Things is transforming a wide range of fields, from medicine to urban planning to consumer data collection.